Beyond the Waterfall - Extraordinary Tunes for Fiddle and Clawhammer Banjo

by Dan Levenson
$19.99
sku: 02-30518
You've played "Over the Waterfall," marched along to "Soldier's Joy" and perhaps found your fortune while trotting along on that "Old Spotted Pony." Now it's time to take the next step; beyond the waterfall to the land of lesser-played tunes. Inside are 40 challenging, unusual, interesting and extraordinary tunes. Including standard notation, clawhammer banjo tablature, suggested chords and fiddle bow markings, this book is truly suitable for anyone. A number of old-time songs also include lyrics. Most of the tunes include notes about their history, and recording references are provided. This may jump start your stalled old-time music collection, or as some folks say, "start you a new one." Note/tab. 96 pp.   More Details...

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Contents:

  • Dedication
  • Introduction
  • About the Title and Tune Selection; Listen, Listen,Listen
  • About the Format
  • About Written Music
  • Reading the Tablature
  • A Final Note of Encouragement
  • Ask That Pretty Girl to Be My Wife
  • Been All Around This World
  • Been to the East, Been to the West
  • Blackjack Grove
  • Blue–Eyed Susan
  • Chattanooga
  • Chinquapin Hunting
  • Dusty Miller
  • Elkins
  • Flying Clouds
  • Flying Indian
  • Free Little Bird
  • Froggy Went A’ Courting
  • Get Off Your Money
  • Gilsaw
  • Glory Medley
  • Goodbye My Little Darling
  • Greasy Coat
  • Happy Hollow
  • High Yellow
  • Indian Corn
  • John Hardy
  • Johnny Walk Along With Your Paper Collar On
  • Leaving Home (aka Frankie and Johnny)
  • McMichen’s Reel (aka Hog Trough Reel)
  • Milwaukee Blues
  • Old Bell Cow
  • Old Melinda
  • Rattletrap
  • Red Bird
  • Red Fox Waltz
  • Reuben’s Train
  • Rocky Mountain Goat
  • Sadie
  • Sail Away Ladies
  • Shady Grove (in A major)
  • (John) Sharp’s Hornpipe
  • Tippin’ Back the Corn
  • Trot Along My Honey
  • Woodchopper’s Reel
  • Final Thoughts
  • Over the Waterfall
  • Other Products by Dan Levenson
  • About Dan